The use of packaged software avoids the need for manual compilation and installation. But be aware that package versions often trail the current version by quite a number of releases. Consult the release information to see what you are missing!
$ sudo apt-get install glpk
If you only want GLPSOL, the following call is sufficient:
$ sudo apt-get install glpk-utils
In any case, confirm GLPSOL:
$ glpsol --version GLPSOL: GLPK LP/MIP Solver 4.38
Note that GLPK 4.44 was current at the time of the above installation — a lag of 6 releases.
The Fedora distro typically offers separate RPM packages for the GLPK callable library and for GLPSOL. You probably want both. You will also need administrator rights. To install the GLPK callable library on 64-bit Intel, use something like:
$ sudo yum install glpk-0.00-1.fc00.x86_64.rpm
Note the encoded GLPK release number as well.
Confirm GLPSOL, if you installed it:
$ glpsol --version GLPSOL: GLPK LP/MIP Solver, v4.43
RPM package maintenance for GLPK seems to be generally responsive.